Reverse Engineering

Reverse Engineering

Reverse engineering, in computer programming, is a technique used to analyze software in order to identify and understand the parts it is composed of. The usual reasons for reverse engineering a piece of software are to recreate the program, to build something similar to it, to exploit its weaknesses or strengthen its defenses. Reverse Engineering Training

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Benefits of this Course & scope




Benefits of this Course

This course benefits you if you are an antivirus researcher, software developer, software tester, malware researcher or malware analyst &
computer forensics expert. Scope

Job of a Reverse Engineer in Big Antivirus making Companies like Avast,Quick Heal,AVG Antivirus & many more

Preferred Tools: Interactive Disassembler Professional, Olly Debugger/Immunity
Debugger, Debugging Tools for Windows, Visual Studio Debugger, ILASM, ILDASM, IL Spy, .NET Reflector, Dot Peek Preferred Platform: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium or better
Alternative Tools: Gnome Debugger, Nemiver/DDD, Intel Debugger
Alternative Platform: LINUX 3.8.x or better
Architecture: x86, AMD64
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Assembly programming and .NET Programming

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